‘God of War: Ragnarok’ was released last year in November, and so far, PlayStation consoles represent the only platforms capable of running the game. In fact, ‘God of War: Ragnarok’ even comes installed by default on many PlayStation 5 consoles. In other words, if you want to spend money on buying such a console, you won’t have to pay extra cash if you want to see the ‘God of War: Ragnarok’ game running on it as well.
Not a few are those gamers who desperately want to see ‘God of War: Ragnarok’ running on their PCs. Sony hasn’t said anything about porting its game to the PC, but at same time, the gaming giant made itself clear about bringing first-party games to the PC. Furthermore, there is some level of evidence that we might see ‘God of War: Ragnarok’ running on PCs at some point, and Game is Hard tells us more.
When could we see ‘God of War: Ragnarok’ running on PC?
Sony has had a lot of success with PC releases of previous titles from the God of War series. Furthermore, let’s not forget that Jetpack Interactive, which is a company that ports games to PC, has teamed up with Sony for the God of War franchise. Obviously, this could indicate a long-term partnership for a possible PC version.
Nobody can tell when we might see ‘God of War: Ragnarok’ running on the PC, but if it will happen, our guess is that 2024 seems like a reasonable period. The ‘God of War’ series had its first installment released almost two decades ago, in 2005, for the PlayStation 2 console.
‘God of War: Ragnarok’ is known for embracing some pretty impressive visuals, which means that if it arrives for the PC someday, you will need some pretty powerful hardware components. It’s a pretty safe bet to say that it won’t be possible to run the game on a Windows computer unless you have a GPU that has a minimum of 4GB of memory onboard.
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